Jefferson Memorial Forest Horine Poster
Jefferson Memorial Forest is the largest municipal forest in the United States. As a National Audobon Society Wildlife Refuge, it protects a wide array of rare plant communities, wildlife, and has long been a place of refuge for the residents of Louisville, Kentucky. At a combined 6,500 acres, it offers 35 miles of hiking trails that wander through the Knobs Region of Kentucky , just north of Mammoth Cave National Park, on the outskirts of the city. It is separated into several distinct areas; Scotts Gap, Tom Wallace Rec., Waverly Park, Fairmount Falls, Kulmer Beach, Paul Yost Rec., and Horine Reservation.
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